Red ski coat left at Santa Day celebration

We are expecting a below-average temperature across Alberta and there has been some reports of furnaces down, even phones not working. Hopefully the forecast for warmer weather will prevail.

We are expecting a below-average temperature across Alberta and there has been some reports of furnaces down, even phones not working. Hopefully the forecast for warmer weather will prevail.

Congratulations to Curtis Cassidy who placed second in Las Vegas in the steer wrestling. Many family members flew down to cheer him on.

Diane Baird and Rhonda Walgenbach took in the Roar of the Rings curling in Edmonton. A great experience.

At time of writing, not sure if their teams won. But pleased Alberta will be well represented in the Olympic Games in February.

Rene Blackmore attended a potluck celebration for her Aunt Betty who turned 85. Betty is from Delburne and the birthday was held there. Also attending were Rene’s mom Dorothy from Red Deer, Aunt Peggy from Kelowna and her Uncle Dick.

Betty has well over 20 great-grandchildren and most were present as well as many other friends and family members

Someone has left a lady’s red ski coat with hood at the Santa Claus Day celebration, at the Community Hall, Dec. 5.

If you are looking for your coat, and I’m sure you are, please contact me at 403-574-2442.

The scrapbooking day that was supposed to be held this past Saturday was cancelled due to the cold.

Alisa hopes to have a fun day Jan. 9, weather permitting.

Please phone Alisa at 403-574-3946 and come for a day out.

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